INDIVIDUAL LIST – SPECIAL FOCUS
May was born in August 2011 and has postop bladder exstrophy/a sensitive special need.
A REPORT FROM APRIL 2017 SAYS:
She could smile at the age of 2 months, visually follow moving objects. At the age of 3 months, she could lift her head when standing or lying on abdomen, could communicate with nannies with smile, obedient except defecates or urinates. At the age of 4 months, she could turn her head for sound, babbles, laugh out, often stare at her hands, she was added supplementary food. At the age of 5 months, she could transfer from lying on abdomen to lying on side, tell voice of nannies, tell facial expressions of nannies, curious about facial expressions of nannies, likes nannies hold her and communicate with her, focus, make sound of Ahah when being teased by nannies, could grasp toys with both hands, interested in colorful toys. At the age of 6 months, she could turn over freely, try to grasp hanging toys when lying in front of toy shelf. At the age of 7 months, she could sit against objects, grasp firmly, likes sucking her thumb, know her name. At the age of 9 months, she could sit steadily. At the age of 10 months, she could stand up against rails. At the age of 12 months, she could stand without help for short time, cry because of pain after standing for long time.
May is 6 years old now. She has fair skin, double-folds eye lid, big and glimmering eyes that are bright. May goes to middle class of kindergarten, and has good physical condition, she is energetic, moves more.
Under delicate care of doctors and nannies of this center, she could answer questions start with When, How, which means she has concept of time and status. In terms of language, she knows usage of up, down, front, back and outside, could describe the picture she could see with words. In terms of gross motor skills, she already has coordination and balance of adults, walk and run confidently, go upstairs and downstairs without help, stand tiptoe, rotate and jump around. Her muscle is good enough to make her finish challenge tasks, such as tumbling and standing long jump. In terms of fine motor skills, she could roll forward without help, throw a ball to other kids or bend arms to catch the ball.
Generally, May gets along well with other kids, teachers and classmates all like her, we all like her to be in this institute.
A REPORT FROM MAY 2018 SAYS:
What is her mental development compared to her peers?
Her intellectual development is similar to that of her peers, and she is even higher than her peers in terms of emotional intelligence.
Does she go to school? Is it an ordinary school or a school in a welfare institution? What kind of student is she?
She went to elementary school in the second half of this year. She is currently working in a kindergarten class and is attending an ordinary school.
How is her personality and playing with children?
Very cheerful personality, plays well with children.
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